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Leopards taking nothing for granted
09-08-2010 05:21 AM
Ugly loss against Georgetown in ‘03 reminds coach win isn’t guaranteed.
As painful memories go, it doesn’t get any worse for Lafayette football Coach Frank Tavani than Oct. 4, 2003.
On that day, Georgetown, anything but a dominating force in the Patriot League, drove 95 yards on 14 plays in the fourth quarter for the touchdown that gave the Hoyas a 17-10 victory on Fisher Field.
“I never was more embarrassed about our play,” Tavani said Tuesday during the weekly media luncheon focusing on Saturday’s league, season and home opener against Georgetown. “Not that we had lost to Georgetown; they came in spanked us and outplayed us. The embarrassing part was about how we played.”
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